New Twitter Lite Saves 70 Percent Of Data & Takes 1MB Of Storage Space
In a generation where speed is what defines performance, our mobile apps tend to slow our mobile down. For the people who are always buzzing the twitter with something new, Twitter gave them one of the best surprises of the year.
According to 9to5mac, a Twitter app which was previously 12Mb (varies with device) and used to continuously slow down the performance of your mobile has come down to 1Mb. Twitter announces Twitter Lite in 2017 which takes only 1Mb of space, allowing you to save 70% percent on data, that mean no more slow browsing for all the Twitter buzz.
Twitter-lite comes with the following highlight such as; it is a progressive web app and has been written Java Script. It will be running in safari on your phone. It takes only 1Mb of storage space on your phone and loads under 5 second on 3G data connection and saves up to 70% of data.
The company launches Twitter Lite to provide their customer's faster-browsing experience even on slower data plans, saving them a huge storage space to play with. According to Twitter, Twitter Lite is resilient; the app is accessible through Safari or another modern web browser across iOS devices and most smartphones and tablets. It includes the key features of Twitter, like the timeline, tweets, Direct Messages, trends, profiles, and media uploads and more.
The Twitter-lite does not need any download or email account or credit card to run this web app will automatically update itself from the older version to the new, leaving out the customer's ample space on their mobile to play with.
One of the most notable mentions of Twitter Lite is it can run on Data saver mode and will use even less data blurring the images and video giving the user the freedom to select what they would like to see and saving up to 70% of data, as per Slash Gear.
The Twitter-lite service is now available across the globe in 42 different languages. It is collaborated with Vodafone to promote Twitter Lite in India. Meanwhile, for more updates stay tuned with us!
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